William Eisenhuth, a Year 12 student at Oakhill College, Castle Hill has been collecting children’s books for a cause. His Books to the Bush drive is the community service project he has created as part of the Max Potential Leadership Program and so far he has 500 books.

As soon as his HSC is over he plans to deliver the books to the NSW Central West Lifeline branch in Bathurst to “provide refuge for those struggling in the drought”.

The Max Potential program has been running at Castle Hill RSL for more 10 years and is run in partnership with Clubs NSW. Run over five months, it offers one-on-one coaching, workshops and a focus on delivering community service projects to make a difference.

Students from eight schools took part in this year’s program: Castle Hill High, Crestwood High, Kellyville High, Marian Catholic College Kenthurst, Model Farms High, Oakhill College and Rouse Hill Anglican College.

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